My Approach

Wanda Nayduk,
Barrie Mental Healthcare Professional

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

In Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, the main focus is on learning's role in developing both normal and abnormal behaviors.


A therapeutic approach that delves into the unconscious mind to uncover and address deep-seated emotional conflicts and unresolved issues that create patterns of behaviour originating in childhood and continuing in adulthood.


Attachment theory, developed by John Bowlby, explores the profound impact of early emotional bonds between children and caregivers on their psychological and emotional development throughout life.

Telephone Therapy

Therapy combines the power of archetypal patterns and chakra healing to promote profound self-discovery, holistic balance, and personal transformation.


Mindfulness therapy involves cultivating present-moment awareness and non-judgmental acceptance to reduce stress, enhance emotional well-being, and promote mental clarity.

Brief Goal Oriented Therapy

A time-limited therapeutic approach that focuses on addressing specific, well-defined goals within a brief and structured timeframe, often ranging from a few sessions to a few months.